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  • #12427

    Are there tutorials or threads here on how to go about incorporating WPML into the Angular theme? If there are any freelancers who would be interested in doing it, please let me know.

    #75419

    Hi!

    Currently there’re no tutorials but it should be a pretty straight forward setup. Probably even wp beginners can set up WPML without a freelancer.

    Best regards,

    Peter

    #75420

    No. It’s not easy – at all – to do. Which is probably why there are only a handful of buyers here who have installed it on their Angular theme; and, actually, I haven’t found one who has…

    And, no: WP beginners probably can NOT set this up. I’m not a beginner, and I can’t.

    Again, if Kriesi is going to offer something as a feature with this theme, he could at least give simple directions on how to configure the po/mo integration that he has installed here.

    I’ll ask again. Are there freelancers available to set this up, if Kriesi doesn’t have a tutorial on how HE set it up. Does Kriesi even use WPML on his site?

    Tones can be hard to read sometimes on posts, and I’m certainly not angry. Just frustrated that I’ve bought this theme with the intention on using two of it’s features, and I’ve had trouble with both of them; this and the forums.

    Thanks for any help.

    //rob

    #75421

    No, Kriesi does not use WPML on his homepage or the Angular demo page. I’ll leave this thread open for everyone who wants to help you with the WPML setup. I’ll ask Kriesi to create a tutorial video or manual for the wpml configuration. You can also “activate” the new framework wpml mode which allows you to configure all theme options for each language independently (eg logo, portfolio pages, etc.). You just need to add following code to functions.php:

    /*
    * wpml multi site config file
    * needs to be loaded before the framework
    */

    require_once( 'config-wpml/config.php' );

    - insert this code it before following code line:

    ##################################################################
    # AVIA FRAMEWORK by Kriesi

    and then place following folder (unpack the zip file): http://inoplugs.com/wp-content/uploads/config-wpml.zip into the main theme folder (where style.css is located). Afterwards you will be able to configure all settings for each language independently. However you’ll maybe loose your current Theme Option Settings. That’s the drawback of the new framework WPML mode and it’s one of the reasons why Kriesi doesn’t release it with a theme update (otherwise we get tons of queries because the users lost their theme options panel data).

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